Kelsey Johnson and Kaelyn Parmelee of the Camosun Chargers cheer during their match against the VIU Mariners at PISE on Oct. 12.

Kelsey Johnson and Kaelyn Parmelee of the Camosun Chargers cheer during their match against the VIU Mariners at PISE on Oct. 12.

Better bounce for Chargers volleyball women; Chargers men golf to bronze medal

The Camosun Chargers men’s golf team came from behind to capture the bronze medal at the 2013 National Championship

The Camosun Chargers women’s volleyball team drew back to an even record with a pair of wins against the College of the Rockies Avalanche at PISE last week. The Chargers are now 2-2 after sweeping the Avalanche in both games in six straight sets on Friday and Thursday.

This weekend both the Chargers men and women are in New Westminster against the Douglas College Blues.

Third-year middle Morgan Marshall (Smithers) led the Chargers women last Thursday with 13 points (eight kills, three stuff blocks and two aces). First-year leftside Erika Morris (Prince George) also contributed 13 points for with 12 kills and an ace.

The men (3-1) won in four sets over the Avalanche on Thursday and needed all five sets to come out the winner again on Friday.

Chargers golf to bronze medal

The Camosun Chargers men’s golf team came from behind to capture the bronze medal at the 2013 PING Canadian Collegiate Golf National Championship at the Royal Quebec Golf Club in Quebec City.

The Chargers scored the lowest round of the day with 288 for a three day championship total of 881. University of the Fraser Valley (863) won gold and Humber College (875) won silver.

Canadian Collegiate Athletic Association All-Canadian Jarred Callbeck led the Chargers scoring a two-under par-70, with three birdies, on the last day for a total of 215, four back of winner Colton Kalkanis of Georgian College (201). Rounding out the scoring for the Chargers were Grant Maskiewich, 11th (220), Michael Flegel, 22nd (224), Brett De Vires, 36th (230), and Brady Stead, 45th (232).

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